This year, Polonia Warszawa is celebrating its 110th anniversary. On this occasion, the club’s management decided to present the new coat of arms. Its appearance resembles the one used by Polish philologists in the years 2004-13.
Established in 1911, Polonia Warsaw is celebrating its 110th anniversary. In connection with the anniversary, the club’s authorities presented a new coat of arms. It is to emphasize the importance of history and the people who have co-created the team for 110 years of its existence. The black, white, red and black emblem with the name and year of the club’s foundation was entwined with a golden laurel wreath. Its appearance refers to the coat of arms that was used by Polish philologists in the years 2004-13.
Polonia Warszawa for many years competed at the highest level of the game, winning the Polish championship in both 1946 and 2000, and three times as a runner-up (1921, 1926, 1998). The team from Konwiktorska 6 has also won two Polish Cups (1952, 2001), the Super Cup (2000) and the Polish League Cup (2000). After the 2012/13 season, the club was penally relegated to the fourth league (fifth league level).
The team’s greatest success in recent years is its promotion to the 2nd league. Polish players succeeded in the 2015/16 season, but only after a year they were forced to recognize the superiority of their rivals and accept relegation to the third league.
From 2020, the Polish community is managed by the French entrepreneur Gregoire Nitot. In the 2020/21 season, Czarne Koszule took fourth place in the league, which, however, did not allow them to advance one level higher. The fact that the city authorities announced that the city hall will spend PLN 114 million for the stadium and the Polonia hall in Warsaw.
Main photo source: The Polonia Sports Club